Articles from January 2014

January 2014 Articles Archive from Foodepedia

  • Always mind the scallops

    Wednesday January 29th, 2014

    ‘Dredging for scallops is like trying to pick up your wallet on the fast lane of the M25, in the fog.’ Nick Harman meets the Rye ‘scallopers’ just ahead of Scallop Week

  • Dale-icious: Swinton Park’s Cookery School

    Monday January 27th, 2014

    After 32 years working in kitchens outside Yorkshire and often on the continent, chef Stephen Bulmer returned to his roots a year ago, taking over Swinton Park’s cookery school from the imposing Rosemary Shrager...

  • Spicing the monkey: Maharashtrian cookery classes

    Saturday January 25th, 2014

    When I watched the lovely Mrs G bubble chapattis on the flame or whip up an Indian snack, I had no idea she had no sense of taste or smell herself. An accidental knock to the head years ago numbed these for the diminutive and now elderly mother of four whose son’s cookery class I was attending. But still, mum of son Nikita Gulhane, aka Spice Monkey, works nose to grindstone to turn out superb Indian food which has fed her family for a lifetime.

  • Nothing paltry about Copas chickens

    Monday January 20th, 2014

    Costing £17.50 and so much more intense than your average chicken, this is not the bird you'll bring out every weekend, but rather a very special bird, for a very special occasion.

  • Mini Gift Guide: Valentine's Day

    Monday January 13th, 2014

    Get in the mood for Valentine's Day with Foodepedia's itty bitty gift guide to sweets for your sweet and sugar for your honey.

  • January Wine Choices

    Sunday January 12th, 2014

    Quality, value and a variety of styles. Five wines that have taken us smoothly into 2014.

  • Keen for mustard at the Maille London boutique

    Saturday January 11th, 2014

    The Maille Boutique really is a candy shop for savoury toothed adults looking to experiment and it’s located handily next to Fortnum’s & Masons too, if you have a desire for products approved by HM Queen. And for everyone not within easy reach, the online Maille store is perfect.

  • Up from Down Under: A Chat with Miss Chu

    Monday January 6th, 2014

    Nahji Chu has already conquered Australia with her chain of Miss Chu Vietnamese tuck shops – now, she has set her sights on London. Alex Ozga caught up with Chu to find out who she is and what the Miss Chu brand is about.

  • The King’s Ginger Afternoon-Tea cocktails

    Friday January 3rd, 2014

    If you can't make it to China Tang you can at least try their delicious King's Ginger cocktails at home with these simple recipes